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Thanks guys. Speaking of trunks, i have an outdoor bubble bomb just starting to flower and i was a little too aggressive with the lst and split the main stem in half. Not the first time i have been a bit too aggressive either. She is in a 6 gallon pot and is quite a bit bigger than i anticipated but luckily summer here is cooling down and only requires a feed or water every couple days. Here's a couple pictures. I will follow up with a quick update in a couple weeks once she has healed up.

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Ive done that many a time....they heal right up usually. Thats a nice looking plant you have there. I like the bomb seeds genetics. I have 4 beans of the gorilla bomb to grow soon.
 

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I like the bomb stuff as well. Although I've only done the bubble bombs i will definitely be trying out more of their stuff. I like the look of the gorilla, widow and thc bomb. So many choices.
 

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Thc bomb was fire. Also all 5 beans were the exact same pheno. Id say that strain at least is pretty stable.
 

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looks weeks away from being ready to chop.. .jmo. that's an incredible plant u have there. please don't rush it.
 

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looks weeks away from being ready to chop.. .jmo. that's an incredible plant u have there. please don't rush it.

I definitely don't want to rush it. Probably a little optimistic in guessing the chop I was thinking around 3 weeks if I'm lucky. The trichomes are mostly cloudy but I'm waiting to see a little bit of amber on the buds and will start the flush for about 2 weeks. This is the first sativa dominant I've grown and i am prepared to wait longer. There is a few signs it's getting close though, other than the trichomes. The pistils are starting to brown up and she isn't drinking nearly as much water/nutrients plus the smell is very intense and starting to get that over ripe fruit smell. Trichome is what i go of though.
 

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everyone loves chocolope, a sativa, but it was a 12 week wait for me and possibly longer. I could not break that 12 week time line though. I might grow it again..

I didn't notice the pistols browning as u said... that is gonna be some finished gal... I am doing back to back feedings now as someone had suggested and plants seem to take it very well..
 

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Thanks bomb. I have had a bit of practice with lst outdoors before i tried it indoors. This was my third attempt inside. I like to top the plant and train the branches. I have tried training the whole plant around the pot without topping but i find it works a bit better for me if i top.
 

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This is the first time i did back to back feedings ( usually do feed then water) and i think i over did it just a bit a couple of times but nothing too serious. I'm definitely going to make sure she gets a really good flush. I do like back to back feeding but next time i will keep the ec at 1.2. I was up at 1.6 with cssh and there was a slight salt build up so I'm thinking next time for constant feeding 1.2 should be about where i want to be all depending on the plant of course.
 

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Looks like you got that deficiency handled, pretty much reversed. Good work
 

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Looks like you got that deficiency handled, pretty much reversed. Good work

Thanks lesso. Lesson learnt, go easy on the nutes. I ended up cutting away most of the effected leaves as they were crispy and dying. Don't want to attract any bugs. Next time i will use half the recommended nutrients and go easy. The flush definitely helped a lot. I think salt build up was causing nutrient lock out. All in all I'm happy with the outcome so far and have learnt quite a few valuable lessons along the way. Lots of friendly people on this site who are happy to help out fellow growers.
 

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Also here is my outdoor bubble bomb 2 weeks later after accidently splitting the main stem straight down the middle. I will take the string and zip tie of in another week or 2. She has recovered nicely and is focusing on flowering now.

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Looks good 400. Plenty of frost on her. I think im taking mine down today.
 

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Thanks lesso. Good luck with the harvest. I hope you get a great yield from your girls, they are going to be very sticky.
 

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She's a nice and chunky girl fosure. Nice work 400w....they looking close now. Love the fact you just got one tossed off in the yard....I would so like to that....maybe one day ;)
 
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